But what was intended as one-night stands quickly turn into something more, leading to the eternally awkward, titular question.
Hide After a night of vigorous coitus, Imogen Poots’ Ellie giggles resentment for not having made Zac Efron’s Jason wait longer for sex. But then I realised, I’m a dude.” With that, we get a solid idea on the film’s perspective on modern masculinity, with characters not above lying and manipulation in order to “punch a card”.
Zac did alright for this one, hopefully his second comedy movie that coming out later this year will be better. But as a 21-year old guy out for a night at the movies, I found it relatable in parts, relevant and, most importantly, a good laugh.
Whilst it would be very easy to rip this movie to shreds (many so-called 'critics' already have), this is a romantic comedy which I found passed my six-laugh test, had appealing leads and kept my attention for it's relatively short running length. And frankly, why bother rubbishing the poor parts when the bottom line is I enjoyed the movie and would happily recommend it to my mates?
Hide This film is a very generic american comedy with predictable story lines and weak characters.
The majority of the humor I personally found distasteful.
Certified Fresh Movies and TV shows are Certified Fresh with a steady Tomatometer of 75% or higher after a set amount of reviews (80 for wide-release movies, 40 for limited-release movies, 20 for TV shows), including 5 reviews from Top Critics. Jordan star in the R-rated comedy, THAT AWKWARD MOMENT, about three best friends who find themselves where we've all been- at that confusing "moment" in every dating relationship when you have to decide "So...where is this going?